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President of Oak Cliff Citizens for Responsive Government and Area Chairman
Dallas City Council
Bachelor of Science
SMU Law School
Rose Renfroe for Dallas County Commissioner District 4
Rose Renfroe For Dallas County Commissioner District 4She is a former member of the Dallas City Council, where she was cited by D Magazine "as one of the most powerful women in Dallas."She has served on the: Community Development Committee; Transportation Committee; Human Development Committee; Intergovernmental Relations Committee; and the Animal Control Committee. As a Council Woman, Rose won key leadership positions: Appointment to the Effective Government Committee of the National League of Cities; also appointed to the General Municipal Affairs Committee of the Texas Municipal League. She is past President of Oak Cliff Citizens for Responsive Government and past area chairman of the American Cancer Society. Rose also served on the Development Board of Dallas Baptist College. Rose has her Real Estate Brokers License since 1980 and her HVAC license since 1985.She has successfully owned and operated a small business since 1989. Rose Renfroe is a native Dallasite.She graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Goverment.She attended SMU Law School and did Masters work at North Texas State University in Economics and Industrial Relations.
Rose Renfroe, who lost to Mayfield by only 709 votes in 2006, is making her third attempt to unseat him.
Most recently, Renfroe lost her bid for Duncanville mayor last year. She served on the Dallas City Council in the 1970s. Renfroe has not raised any money for her campaign. Renfroe, who is not Hispanic, said she again plans to use her nickname, "Rosita," on the ballot, which caused some controversy the last time.
Rose Renfroe, former Dallas City Council member
Texas Cable News | TXCN.com | News for Texas | Local News
Rose Renfroe, the Democratic challenger in the District 4 Dallas County Commissioners Court race, can use her controversial nickname "Rosita" on the November general election ballot, a judge ruled Monday.Mr. Mayfield filed suit Aug. 31, asking a judge to bar Ms. Renfroe from using the nickname on the Nov. 7 ballot. But Mr. Mayfield and his attorneys argued that Ms. Renfroe began using the nickname only recently to mislead Hispanic voters into voting for her.Ms. Renfroe's campaign manager and her daughter testified they had known Ms. Renfroe as Rosita for 25 years.They also submitted evidence showing that Ms. Renfroe did not use the nickname in news articles detailing her political activities dating to the 1970s. Ms. Renfroe, who served one term on the Dallas City Council in the late 1970s, also didn't use the nickname while in office or while running against Mr. Mayfield in 2002, the attorneys said.Ms. Renfroe lost to Mr. Mayfield in 2002 by fewer than 3,500 votes.Ms. Renfroe said she was elated by the judge's decision and called her opponent's challenge a publicity stunt. "I think that it was just a ploy on his part.He thought he could discredit me and take me off the ballot," she said.
Elect Scott Chase for Dallas County Commissioner, District 4
"Scott Chase is a well-versed, engaged leader whose impressive background recommends him over opponent Rose Renfroe in the Democratic primary race for Dallas County Commissioner, Place 4.Ms. Renfroe, a mortgage broker and Realtor from Duncanville, served one term on the Dallas City Council in the 1970s and ran unsuccessfully for the same seat on the Commissioners Court in 2002.In her interview with this newspaper's editorial board, Ms. Renfroe, 53, seemed unprepared and offered vague responses.For example, she said she supported cuts in county programs that are no longer needed, but when pressed to elaborate, was unable to cite a specific program that she felt could be cut.